The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1965 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 16, 1965
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i 6-Alge*o do.) Upptr DM MetnM Thurtdoy, D*«mb«r 16, 1*65 I What Do They I Want For Christmas ? What do they want for Christmas? Well, many things change in HIP world, but the wants of the small fry, as the Big Day approaches, don't change a great deal from year to year, except for DIP addition of now toys In keeping with the Space Age. An Inquiring Reporter came up with somo interesting answers from the youngsters in a local survey last week, as follows: RANDY BRYANT, son of Mr. and M rs. Kenneth Bryant and the sixth of eight children, was definite in his wishes. He would like a tractor and a wagon. LYNN ANN MARKING, daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Hubert Marking, wants a two-wheel bike and a doll with make-up for tinting and setting the hair, doing the eye-brows, etc. TERRY SCHATTSCHNEIDER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schattschneider, wants a Johnny Express (run with batteries) ice skates, and some building toys like Lincoln Logs. SOCIETY NEWS TOMMY HARMS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harms has maoe his own list and wants a toy truck with animal cages, a Johnny Eagle gun, which is a combination of a 6-shooter and rifle. Three-year old David also has his own ideas and has asked for much the same as his brother. JULIE MERTZ, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Mertz, has asked for a Mary Poppins doll and stroller and a Penny Bright doll. CARLA HARIG, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Harig, wishes some doll furniture and doll clothes. SUSAN GODDEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Godden, wishes a Susie Cute doll with a doll swing set, doll furniture, and some clothing. JANET HOLTZBAUER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holtzbauer, wants a Baby First Step doll and a Heide Pocket-book doll. TERRY McGUIRE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don McGuire has asked for a sled and some building blocks. : TOM REZABEK, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rezabek, wants some trucks, cars, and fire trucks. RANDY RINGSDORF, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ringsdorf, has ordered a Superman outfit, an Indian and a cowboy suit. SHARON STALZER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stalzer, was definite in a request for a guitar. She also wants a talking doll. DEBBIE TELECKY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Telecky, wants a make-up kit and a Doctor's or Nurse's kit. She imitates her two older sisters. KATHY BALLARD, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ballard, wishes a Baby First Step and a Barbie doll. DARYL RASH, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rash, has asked for Tinker Toys, a fire truck, some crayons and color books, and a puppy. LAURIE BRIGGS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Briggs, wants a doll which drinks from a bottle, some scissors and cutout books. JUDI GROEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Groen, wishes a doll which sleeps when the lights are turned out, stops crying when a pacifier is used or when the doll is hugged tightly. BILLY SCHIPULL, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schipull, wants a Roy Rogers guitar and a robot. MIKE ZENDER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Zender has written his own letter. He has asked for a "Secret Sam" set of guns with a camera, a new cowboy suit, a crash helmet with its own lights, and a set of drums. It could be a noisy Christmas there! JANET HINKEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinken, has made her own list, which includes a Baby First Step doll, some games, some plastic bricks, and a stuffed toy snake. The last one has her parents gasping. STEPHEN VOIGT, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Voigt, has asked for a movie projector and a big gun. "Not a revolver," he said. MONICA GETTMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gettman, wishes a Skipper doll and some jewelry v KIM KNOER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Knoer, the third of five children in the family, also asked for a Skipper doll, some clothes, and a vanity table. TOM KOOB, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Koob, has asked for a G. I. Joe doll, which has several uniforms, and a "Secret Sam" gun. KRISTI JEBGENSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jergenson, has asked fo v a model horse, a Palamino, a Suzy-Cute doll to bathe and <" ess. She wants to imitate her mother and her little sister, Katai. One License One wedding license was issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. It went to Ivan L. Quitko and Sharon W. Bra vine, Dec. 11. BRIDGE CLUB PARTY A bridge club composed of s Mesdames Ed Adams, Ralph Bauer, Don Ferris., 0. H. Harmes, F. M. Holt, Paul Owens, Roland Ostwald and Don Pries- kown met at the Country Club Tuesday for a Christmas luncheon. There was an exchange of gifts. - o - HOST TO EMPLOYEES J. P. Milder entertained his employees and families at a Christmas party at the Country Club December 13. - o - FAREWELL COURTESY Mrs. Rose Sigsbee had a card foursome and supper guests Monday Mrs. Frank Vera and Mrs. Charles Harvey who are leaving soon, Mrs. Vera for Phoenix, Ariz, and Mrs. Harvey for Glendale, Calif. Mrs.Esther Helberg was also a guest. - o - SEWING CLUB Mrs. Lyle Steele entertained her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. A pot-luck lunch was served and there was an exchange of gifts. - o - CHRISTMAS PARTY The Methodist Woman's Club met Monday evening with Mrs. Perry Collins. Mrs. Trella Patter son gave the lesson on "The Candles of Christmas" and sing- Ing of carols was led by Mrs. J. B. Asa. Gifts were brought for distribution to residents of the Kossuth County farm. - o - 80TH BIRTHDAY Open house was held Tuesday at Mrs. Elmer (Nell)Potter's honoring her eightieth birthday. Arrangements were made by her daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Miller. - o - HONOR TOM REID Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter will entertain at an evening party Dec. 17 for Tom Reid, father of Mrs. Potter. Guests t will be Mr. and Mrs. J. R; dook, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk, Mrs. Pearl Potter and Audrey Frye. - o - HOSTS TO HUSBANDS Mrs. William Dodds, assisted by Mrs. Howard Raney, are entertaining the members of their sewing club and the husbands at a Christmas party Thursday evening. There will be an exchange of gifts. Aged Lady LuVerne Passes Mrs. Mary Shultz, 94, of Lu- Verne died Monday morning at the Johnson Nursing Home in Ft. Dodge, where she had been a resident for the past three and a half years. Funeral services were held 10 a. m. Wednesday in the Blake Funeral Home at LuVerne. The Rev. Roy Beisemeyer, pastor of the LuVerne Methodist church, officiated and burial was in the LuVerne cemetery. Mrs. Shultz was born in Germany, and came to this country with her parents when she was 12 years old, the family settling in LuVerne. She married Joseph Shultz in 1890, at LuVerne. Mr. Shultz died in 1949. She is survived by a son, Everett Shultz, Pella, a daughter, Mrs. Clara Roth, McGrath, Minn., three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Sentral And Ledyard Share BB Victories Sentral romped to a win In the girls' game, 64-42, and Ledyard rolled to a 76-46 victory In the boys' contest as the two State Line Conference schools met in a pair of non-loop frays Tuesday night. The win for the girls gave them a 6-1 mark for the year. Sentral led all the way in the girls' contest, holding 16-10,3020 and 51-26 margins at the quarter buzzers. Betty Wehr- span led all scorers with 30 points, followed by Teresa Voigt, 13, and Mary Ditsworth, 12, for the winners, while Barb Schroeder got 15 and Eugena Klocke 14 for Ledyard. The boys' game was a reversal of the opener as Ledyard led all the way. The winners were on top, 19-11 at the quarter, 39-26 at halftlme and 56-38 at the three-quarter mark as Eugene Dontje got 32 points, Ron Johnson 11 and Craig Lloyd 10 for Ledyard and Alan Marlow ll for Sentral. TUESDAY NIGHT T5B RESULTS BOYS Emmetsburg Cath. 77, Cylinder 54 Ringsted 69, Burt 63 Swea City 55, Armstrong 37 Hampton 76, Clarion 67 Mankato Loyola 69, Bancroft St. John's 61 Twin Rivers 69, LuVerne 66 Ledyard 76, Sentral 46 GIRLS Burt 63, Ringsted 41 LuVerne 53, Twin Rivers 48 Sentral 64, Ledyard 42 Pastor Dies Rev. Percy Carlson, pastor of the Evangelical Free Church at Wesley, died Wednesday morning in the Britt hospital after suffering a heart attack at his home last week. He had been hospitalized for several - ; dayfef Rites were pending at press time. New Front - The entirely new front on Foster's Furniture store here was unveiled as workmen removed the lumber cover which had been placed since the job began in October early Wednesday morning. The new glass and aluminum front is another nice addition to Algona's main street. Serve Pancakes LONE ROCK - Lone Rock American Legion will be serving pancakes at the Legion hall Dec. 18 from 11 to 2:30. Santa will arrive in town at 1:30. Car Hits Steer A car driven by James B. Bradford, 16, Algona, struck a black Angus steer (owner unknown) at 4 a. m. Sunday a mile south and 2 1/4 east of Algona, resulting in an estimated $150 damage to the Algona car. Bradford was delivering papers at the time of the mishap, which occurred on a county gravel road. The steer was not killed. At one time the Alamo was claimed by the City of San Antonio, the Roman Catholic church and the U. S. Government. Four To Face Break-In Charges; Beer Stolen At Petroleum Meet G, G. Sherman, Standard Oil division supervisor for this area, was in attendance tlu's week at a six-state meeting in Kansas Charges of breaking and entering have been filed against Michael Fisch, 18, Wesley, who is now in jail here, and will be filed against three others as the result of the theft of two cases of beer and a few packages of cigarettes from the general store at Galbraith during the night Saturday. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst stated Wednesday morning that a Wesley woman, Dorothy M. Armstrong, 38, and two juvenile boys from the area will also be charged as accomplices in the matter. It is expected juvenile court officials will handle charges against the two boys involved, At the time of his arrest, Fisch was out on bond on another breaking and entering charge, The earlier charge came as a result of the theft of four radios from Hamilton Hatchery at Wesley, and one of the juvenile boys involved in the Galbraith matter was also involved in the Hamilton theft. The sheriff also announced that Fisch, the juvenile boy involved in the Galbraith and Wesley break-in and three other juveniles also took beer from the Galbraith store during a break-in in October. The theft was admitted. It was understood, according to Sheriff Lindhorst, that during the most recent Galbraith break* in, Fisch entered the store alone, The back door of the store was kicked in. Owner of the store is Richard Hoberer. Another theft is being investi* gated here. Sheriff Lindhorst reported that someone stole $94.81 from Hilton's Sinclair Service after the station was closed Monday night, it isn't known how the thief got inside, but a window on the north side of the building, located at the intersection of State and Jones streets, was found partially open. Basketball, Wrestling Squads Will Be Busy Four varsity sports events this weekend for squads from Garrigan and the public high school will wrap up pre-holiday schedules for the local basketball and wrestling squads. The public school wrestlers travel to Ft. Dodge and a meeting with the Dodgers; Garrigan's basketball team plays St. Edmond at Ft. Dodge; and the . high school basketballers host tough Clear Lake in a North Central Conference fray here, all Friday evening. The following night, Garrigan hosts Gilbe rtville Don Bosco. Coach Champ Martin's grapplers are fresh from a dual meet win over Humboldt and a team victory over three visiting schools in the first annual Algona Invitational Wrestling Meet, The Bulldogs have two undefeated men through meets so far, Dave Martin, 154 pounder who was state champion a year ago at 145, and Tom Fitzpatrick, heavyweight, who was second at the state meet last spring in the same division. Both, of course, won individual titles in the Invitational, as did Larry Munger, 112, Tom Samp, 127, and Bruce Bennett, 165. All are veterans except Bennett. He is a freshman who has been improving all season. Coach Howie Stephenson's basketball team, 4-1 for the year and 2-1 in loop competition, got fogged out of a meeting here Friday night with Hampton, so haven't played since posting wins over Humboldt and Webster City on consecutive nights Dec. 3-4. The idleness may or may not hurt the locals, but they will have to be at their best to topple the real strong Lions, who are leading the loop with a 2-0 record - and a 4-0 season mark. Dale Teeter is leading the locals - and the league - in scoring. He's canned 135 points in five outings, good for a 27- point average. The team is averaging 63 points per game and has a 52.4 defensive mark. Dan Merryman has 47 points and a 9.4 average; Dave Walker, 45, 9 ; Craig Espe, 38, 7,6; and Tom Claude, 34, 6.8, behind Tester, who also leads the club in rebounds. As a team, the locals have a 118-96 margin in field goals; have hit 79 of 106 free throws to 70 of 120 for opponents; and have committed 92 fouls to 82 for the opposition, while scoring 315 points to 262. Coach Steve McCall's Bears split a pair of contests last weekend, losing to Mason City Newman . Friday, then downing Pocahontas Catholic the following evening. They now are 4-1 for the season. Dick Muller is the leading scorer with 84 points and a 16.8 average; while Don Potthoff and Bill Reding each have 59 points and an 11.8 average; Brian LaBarre, 45, 9; Bob Smith, 42, •8.4 ; and Dick Bleich, 25, 5. Potthoff and Muller are leading in rebounds. Garrigan has outscored the opposition, 361-330, averaging 72.2 on offense and 66 on defense; have 148 field goals to 120; 65 of 126 free throws to 90-171; and have committed 133 fouls to 97 by opponents. LuVerne Splits Pair Of Games, Twin Rivers LuVerne and Twin Rivers split a pair of basketball games at Bode Tuesday night, the home boys winning a thriller, 09-66, after LuVerne scooted to a 5348 victory in the girls game behind the 44-point shooting of Jane Hanselman. LuVerne put together a fine final three periods to take the girls' game. The winners trailed, 17-8, after eight minutes of action, then rallied to close the gap to 21-20 at the half, and led, 37-30, at the three-quarter mark. Dawn Lindebak got six of Lu- Verne's other nine points. LuVerne is now 3-2 for the season. Susie Erdman led Twin Rivers with 24 points. A red-hot rally in the final period fell short as the boys lost. Twin Rivers led, 23-17, at the quarter, 40-32 at the half, 59-37 at the three-quarter mark and upped the margin to 64-37 before LuVerne's final surge closed the margin. Lu- Verne, now 2-3 for the season, was led in scoring by Doug Nelson with 24 points and Eugene Hefty with 11, while Kirk Holland led the winners with 16. Win Titles In Algona Meet 8th Graders In Loss, Clear Lake The Algona public school 8th grade basketball team lost its first contest of the season, Monday afternoon, at Clear Lake, 54-43. Algona led at t' e end of the first quarter by one point but lost Its steam in the second. Leading scorer was John Chris- chilles for Algona with 26, and Lanny Phillips tallied eight. 1 Individual weight champions in the first annual Algona Invitational Wrestling Meet, crowned here Saturday night after a full day of matches on two mats, are shown in the above photo. They are, front row, left to right, Mike Huffman, New Hampton, 95; Marty Valala, New Hampton, 103; Larry Munger, Algona, 112; Gary Dudley, Rockwell City, 120; Tom Samp, Algona, 127; and Brad Stoles, New Hampton, 133. Back row, left to right, John Hospin, New Hampton, 138; Dave Fagan, Perry, 145; Dave Martin, Algona, 154; Bruce Bennett, Algona, 165; Bill Straw, New Hampton, 180; and Tom Fitzpatrick, Algona, heavyweight. Algona and New Hampton each had five individual winners, with the Bulldogs winning the meet with 116 points, followed by New Hampton with 101. Rockwell City finished third and Perry fourth. (UDM Flashfoto by Matt Frankl) In this picture it's Tom Fitzpatrick, Algona heavyweight, on the bottom in his final match for the championship of the Algona Invitational last Saturday night. Friar, Rockwell City, is the other finalist. But - in the final whistle it was "Fitz" who won the match. The referee took a good picture, too. (UDM Fotos by Matt Frankl) Fresh-Sophs Win Algona's fresh-soph basketball team registered a 32-24 victory over Twin Rivers here Monday evening, Rogert led the locals in scoring with 15 points. TYPING PAPER, Office Supply Bppt., Upper Dei ftSfttoer Pi&. Co., Algona. . ,:. A Gala N«w Years Ev« Floor Show Presenting Micky Carlisle Hawaiian and Go Go Dancer Music by The Accents Rock & Roll and Older Tunes A red hot time — Hats — horns and noise Make Reservations early. Admission $1.50 each. Hand's Park (94-97) WE'LL BE OPEN Monday, Dec. 20 under the management of Mrs. Tom Aaron HOURS Monday-Friday - 7 A.M.-1:30 P.M. Sunday - 7 A.M. -11:00 A.M. Delicious Breakfast and Luncheon Menu Redecorating is still in progress and if we're not completely finished by Monday please forgive us HOTEL ALGONA COFFEE SHOP Chuck - Dutch T- Dick - Crgig '. .' ' <

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